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[FYI] Eurobarometer shows citizens' awareness of infosociety
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CORDIS RTD-NEWS/c European Communities, 1999.
Record Control Number: 12875
The latest result of the European Commission's
measurement of public opinion towards major
Information Society (IS) applications, has just
been published on the "EuroBarometer's" website.
The barometer records data on a number of topics
including reasons for citizens' lack of interest
in the Information Society, as well as why people
buy certain kinds of technologies.
Since 1997, the Information Society Activity
Centre of the European Commission has been
responding to a high demand for quantitative data
on the development and use of Information and
Communication Technologies (ICT) in Europe. The
results of the Centre's work are presented in a
comprehensive survey entitled "Measuring
This document also presents an annual survey on
the use and awareness of Information Society
Technologies and services.
"Measuring Information Society" for 1998 is now
available from the following website:
Data Source Provider: European Commission, DG XIII
Document Reference: Based on the Commission's
instrument, Eurobarometer, for measuring public
Programme Acronym: FRAMEWORK 4C; TELEMATICS 2C;
ACTS; ESPRIT 4
Subject Index Codes: Telecommunications;
For further information, please access the above